Jamus Lim is currently a senior economist at the World Bank. He was educated at the University of California, the London School of Economics, and the University of Southern Queensland, where he obtained his doctorate, masters, and honors degrees, respectively. He has also had stints in academia (Centre College), the think tank circuit (the Institute of Southeast Asian Studies), and investment banking (the former J.P. Morgan). Jamus' areas of research expertise (and interest) lie primarily at the intersection of international economics and political economy, although his short attention span has also led him to work on areas of international development, comparative political economy, and information and communications technology. His published work includes academic articles in both refereed journals and conference volumes, together with op-eds and blog posts for the general public. When not holed up in the office, Jamus can often be found in the gym, behind the drums, in the kitchen, or in the cellar (in reverse order).
- What Happens in Europe, Stays in Europe?
- What Makes a Successful Currency Union?
- The Optimal Design of Sovereign Wealth Funds
- A Brave New (Emerging) World
- How Have Arab SWFs Been Affected by the Financial Crisis?
- What Do Chinese Exchange Rates and German Wages Have in Common?
- Sovereign Risk in Emerging Europe
- What Does Academic Research Say about the USD/RMB Exchange Rate and Imbalances?
- How Exactly was the Fed Responsible for the Financial Crisis?
- Long Swings in Global Growth Drivers
- Why We Should Favor (Slightly) Less Efficient Financial Markets
- Do Taylor Rule Deviations Contribute to Asset Bubbles?
- American Exceptionalism in Debt Concerns
- South Korea's Experience with the Financial Crisis of 07/09
- Two Distinct Windows for Recent Emerging Market Currency Movements
- The Case for an Extraordinary Windfall Tax on the Financial Sector